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Tom Stevenson

Market Week - Consumer spending in focus

Fidelity’s Tom Stevenson looks at the week ahead as economies start to re-open and Chinese shares show it can be better to travel than to arrive.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 12 Apr 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - Consumer spending in focus

In this week’s market update: all eyes are on consumer spending as economies re-open; the banks kick-start the first quarter earnings season; and Chinese shares show it can be better to travel than to arrive.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 12 Apr 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week Podcast - US stock market hits record highs

In this week’s market update: new market records as America’s post-pandemic boom begins; Britain starts to re-open its economy; and Europe looks through the latest Covid wave.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 07 Apr 2021

Toby Sims

Sector Watch: How to invest in financials

A complex sector with lots to offer

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 07 Apr 2021

Tom Stevenson

Boom time for stock markets as bonds left in the doldrums

Populist spending in the US is stoking inflationary forces

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 06 Apr 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Is Dunelm a good home for investors?

The pandemic has created winners, but is the home furnishings store one of them?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 31 Mar 2021

Toby Sims

Royal Mail rewards investors with bumper dividend

The legacy deliverer is swinging with the times

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 30 Mar 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week Podcast - Shares enjoy their best 12 months since the 1930s

Fidelity’s Tom Stevenson looks at the week ahead as shares enjoy their best 12 months since the 1930s; but bonds are hit hard by inflation fears.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 30 Mar 2021

Toby Sims

What are limit orders and how do they work?

One way to ensure you don’t pay over the odds

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 29 Mar 2021

Graham Smith

Investment opportunities after the pandemic

What have we learned and where do we go from here?

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 26 Mar 2021

Toby Sims
UK

Is this the home straight for UK retailers?

Rising sales may point to good times ahead

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 26 Mar 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Is Next about to set a new trend in fashion?

A rare acquisition and a potential new direction for the retailer

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 25 Mar 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - A year on from the pandemic

Fidelity’s Tom Stevenson looks at the week ahead a year on from the pandemic low with the Deliveroo IPO highlighting one of the Covid winners.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 23 Mar 2021

Graham Smith
UK

Is the UK stock market now a bargain?

UK shares look inexpensive on an international basis

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 19 Mar 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Has Kingfisher done a good enough job to nail recovery?

The pandemic has given the DIY store chain a chance to make good its past

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 18 Mar 2021

Ed Monk

The GameStop generation & Premium Bonds

In this podcast Fidelity’s Ed Monk and Tom Stevenson look at two very different ends of the financial universe - share trading versus Premium Bonds.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 17 Mar 2021

Tom Stevenson

Don’t blame young people for chasing get-rich-quick schemes

The stock market is the ultimate get-rich-slow machine

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 16 Mar 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - Inflation and rising bond yields in focus

In this week’s market update: inflation and rising bond yields remain the key focus; stimulus cheques are destined for the stock market; and it’s a big week for central banks.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 16 Mar 2021

Graham Smith

How to invest in the pandemic recovery

Is it time to look beyond the technology winners of last year?

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 12 Mar 2021

Toby Sims
UK

What to make of the latest GDP and trade data

GDP better than expected, trade worse

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 12 Mar 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Why Fever-Tree has to get its post-pandemic mix right

The end of lockdown will potentially change the nature of its business yet again

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 11 Mar 2021

Tom Stevenson

Rethinking Nasdaq

Looking through the ups and downs of the tech stock index

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 10 Mar 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week Podcast - Nasdaq corrects on the back of rising bond yields

In this week’s market update: Nasdaq corrects as bond yields rise; the oil price tops $70 threatening more cost-push inflation; and the changing shape of the ongoing bull market.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 09 Mar 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Stealth acquisitions and buybacks suggest confidence at Foxtons

The London-centric estate agent seems to be suggesting positive change is ahead

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 05 Mar 2021

Toby Sims
Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 05 Mar 2021

Tom Stevenson

Bond market lurch brings back painful memories

Bond market lurch brings back painful memories

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 02 Mar 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week Podcast - What can we expect from the Budget?

Fidelity’s Tom Stevenson looks at the week ahead as Rishi Sunak’s second Budget is staged against a nervous, inflationary backdrop for stock markets.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 02 Mar 2021

Graham Smith
UK

Budget 2021: Who will pay for the pandemic recovery?

What should investors look out for in the Budget?

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 26 Feb 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Pestilence and plague: Why Rentokil is placed to cash in

The pest control and hygiene products company shows there’s an upside to every situation

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 26 Feb 2021

Toby Sims
Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 26 Feb 2021

Tom Stevenson
UK

Walking the tax tightrope

The Chancellor’s difficult balancing act

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 25 Feb 2021

Toby Sims

Sector Watch - how to invest in commodities

It’s easier than you think

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 24 Feb 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Will Rightmove find “its happy” in next week’s Budget?

Hopes build of a boost to the property market from the Chancellor

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 24 Feb 2021

Toby Sims
UK
Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 23 Feb 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week Podcast - Investors start to worry about inflation

Tom Stevenson looks at the week ahead as investors start to worry about inflation and the dark side of ESG investing comes under scrutiny.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 23 Feb 2021

Ed Monk

Smaller companies in the sun as vaccines roll out

Improving prospects for domestic economies is helping smaller firms

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 22 Feb 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Can Primark afford to hold out much longer?

The fast fashion chain’s reluctance to go online must be hurting AB Foods

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 17 Feb 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - Optimistic outlook push shares higher

In this week’s market update: shares push higher in a perfect storm of positives; the pound heads towards $1.40 on re-opening hopes.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 16 Feb 2021

Tom Stevenson
UK

Why you should consider investing in the UK today

Sector exposure adds to the valuation case

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 11 Feb 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Hays has a job on its hands to grow revenue

With job hires down, the core of its business is in the firing line

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 11 Feb 2021

Ed Monk

S&P 500 at a new high

In this podcast Fidelity’s Ed Monk and Tom Stevenson discuss the outlook for the US stock market as the S&P 500 gets close to hitting 4,000.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 11 Feb 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

The pandemic winners there for the taking

Ocado and Tui show two sides of the same story

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 09 Feb 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - Investors focus on big US stimulus

Tom Stevenson looks at the week ahead for investors as investors focus on big US stimulus and earnings season picks up on the positive market mood.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 09 Feb 2021

Ed Monk

Winners and losers from GameStop

In this podcast Fidelity’s Ed Monk and Tom Stevenson assess the damage from the GameStop episode and ask what it means for investors.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 04 Feb 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Ocado has its sights set on the future

The market-leading grocery chain is gearing up for a seismic change in shopping habits

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 04 Feb 2021

Toby Sims

Big tech earnings defy expectations again - well, most do

Is Tesla starting to show its frailties?

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 03 Feb 2021

Tom Stevenson

The GameStop drama raises a number of questions

However exhilarating, the GameStop Reddit drama is a risky way to trade

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 02 Feb 2021

Tom Stevenson

Market Week Podcast - Retail investors take on Wall Street

In this week’s market update: there is no doubt about the big market story this week - the David and Goliath tale of retail investors taking on powerful Wall Street hedge funds and apparently winning - the first round at least.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 02 Feb 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Why BP cannot afford to slip further as it slides to a loss

Oil giant sees a slump in earnings as demand plummets worldwide

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 02 Feb 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

What's going on at GlaxoSmithKline?

Has the pandemic pushed the world’s biggest vaccine manufacturer off its pedestal?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 29 Jan 2021

Ed Monk

Investing for a correction

In this podcast Fidelity’s Tom Stevenson and Ed Monk discuss the growing number of predictions that a market correction is on its way.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 28 Jan 2021

Ed Monk

GameStop explained: how will the story end?

For most investors the GameStop rollercoaster is a curiosity

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 28 Jan 2021

Ed Monk

Boohoo deal for Debenhams marks online shift

Long-foreseen changes happen very slowly, then all at once

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 25 Jan 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Could the vaccine roll-out be Wizz Air’s best hope?

Airlines can’t bank on a smooth take-off this Spring

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 21 Jan 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery
UK

The cost of living rises under lockdown

Inflation rises in some unusual places point to potential investment winners

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 20 Jan 2021

Toby Sims

Is it time for airline stocks to take off once again?

EasyJet and co. may finally have their time back in the sun

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 19 Jan 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Stock Watch: JD Wetherspoon

Can we ‘call time’ on Covid soon enough to save Wetherspoon’s?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 14 Jan 2021

Toby Sims

How to invest in the UK retail sector

Picking apart the winners from the losers in a divided sector

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 13 Jan 2021

Toby Sims

Will the losers of 2020 be the winners of 2021?

What to keep an eye on over the coming months

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 13 Jan 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Are there any winners after the ‘worst ever’ year for retailers?

The data is depressing, but not all retailers have had an annus horribilis

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 12 Jan 2021

Graham Smith

What’s in store for investors in 2021?

The asset classes and sectors with most potential in the year ahead

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 08 Jan 2021

Ed Monk

Investment Outlook: what you’re asking us as 2021 begins

In this podcast Fidelity’s Ed Monk and Tom Stevenson discuss the questions investors have asked us on the year ahead in our latest Investment Outlook.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 07 Jan 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Does Tesco have Christmas wrapped up?

The supermarket giant shouldn’t disappoint, but it isn’t all plain-sailing

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 07 Jan 2021

Toby Sims

What Georgia means for investing in the US

Democratic Senate changes the landscape for Biden’s presidency

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 06 Jan 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery
UK

Supermarket sales boom but do other retailers have much to cheer?

The third England-wide lockdown will be another testing time for retailers

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 05 Jan 2021

Ed Monk
UK

UK shares jump on vaccine and economy news

Markets have opened the new year on a positive step

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 04 Jan 2021

Tom Stevenson

Share dealing in volatile markets

What happens when things get choppy?

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 30 Dec 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery
UK
Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 30 Dec 2020

Tom Stevenson

What happens when you buy a share?

Understanding the magic behind the scenes

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 23 Dec 2020

Toby Sims
UK

FTSE rebounds modestly after yesterday’s selloffs

Hopes for a bullish end to 2020 look truly shot

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 22 Dec 2020

Ed Monk
UK

Markets share pain of Tier 4 lockdowns

News of a new strain of Covid-19 has pushed markets lower

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 21 Dec 2020

Tom Stevenson

Lessons to remember from a year to forget

2020 has been a valuable learning opportunity for investors

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 21 Dec 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Morrisons and Next kick off the Christmas trading updates

Will there be anything to celebrate?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 17 Dec 2020

Ed Monk

What did you learn in 2020?

This week on the show, the last we’ll record this year, we’re looking back on 2020 to ask what lessons it holds for investors as well as casting forward to 2021.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 16 Dec 2020

Tom Stevenson

Airbnb: echoes of the dotcom bubble?

Four lessons to learn from the Airbnb flotation

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 15 Dec 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

The stocks to keep an eye on as the pandemic evolves

Tomorrow’s world is very different for companies willing to adapt

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 10 Dec 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Can Purplebricks build on 2020’s successes in 2021?

A booming housing market has buoyed the shares, but can it hold?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 10 Dec 2020

Ed Monk

Are these gains over-exuberance? | Brexit shock to markets?

This week, should we be worried that the market appears in the grip of widespread euphoria?

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 09 Dec 2020

Tom Stevenson

Have markets overestimated the cocktail of stimulants?

November’s euphoria in perspective

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 08 Dec 2020

Toby Sims

Tesla and 2020 - two peas in an (electric) pod

Inclusion on the S&P 500 tops off a stellar year for the company

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 03 Dec 2020

Ed Monk

Can shares take off in 2021? | Why gold losses are welcome

In this podcast Fidelity’s Ed Monk and Tom Stevenson discuss the outlook for shares next year and why gold currently appears out of fashion.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 03 Dec 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Covid could be the gift that keeps on giving for Ocado

The pandemic has shifted shopping habits for good, says the retail tech group

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 03 Dec 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Who will be in and who will be out in the December FTSE 100 reshuffle?

Tonight’s closing bell will ring in the winners and losers at the latest review

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 02 Dec 2020

Graham Smith

What did the Chancellor tell us this week?

What the UK spending plans mean for business

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 27 Nov 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Why Countryside Properties is in need of a makeover

The property developer has Covid and the regulator on its back

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 26 Nov 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

‘Tis the season to keep an eye out for 2021’s star performers

Stock picking is the name of the game as the pandemic continues

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 24 Nov 2020

Toby Sims

Sector watch: Industrials

A large - and diverse - opportunity set

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 18 Nov 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Is lockdown sales surge enough to keep treats coming at Pets at Home?

Sales boom could be a textbook lesson in how to teach an old dog new tricks

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 18 Nov 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Airline stocks could fly when a vaccine arrives

Budget airline investors have to be in it for the long haul though

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 17 Nov 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

EasyJet investors should strap themselves in for a bumpy ride

A vaccine’s on the horizon, but the going’s still likely to be tough in 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 11 Nov 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week Podcast - Shares soar on vaccine hopes

Tom Stevenson looks at the week ahead as shares soar on vaccine hopes, Joe Biden becomes President-elect and Brexit talks enters a crucial week.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 10 Nov 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Can shopping centre giant Landsec turn around in time?

The Bluewater shopping centre owner looks stuck tight as lockdown 2 strikes

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 06 Nov 2020

Ed Monk
UK

Shares look on the bright side despite lockdown

UK shares offered some resilience at the start of the week

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 02 Nov 2020

Ed Monk

Market hopes in hands of the FAANGs

This week, it’s a big week for the biggest companies in the world. The giants of US tech are updating investors on their performance, and the stakes couldn’t be higher.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 30 Oct 2020

Toby Sims

Big Tech profits soar but stocks stumble - who should you believe?

US tech earnings top off a turbulent week for markets

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 30 Oct 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

High hopes for AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine breakthrough

The drugmaker will be keen show it has more to offer than ‘just’ the vaccine though

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 29 Oct 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Will it be tiers before bedtime as Whitbread profits slump?

Or is the Premier Inn-owner set to pull something special out of the bag?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 27 Oct 2020

Ed Monk

Investor hopes in the hands of the FAANGs

It’s a big week for tech - and markets everywhere

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 26 Oct 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

When will Premier Inn-owner Whitbread get a break?

It’s unlikely to get one while pandemic lockdowns persist

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 22 Oct 2020

Toby Sims

Sector Watch: Supermarkets

A bumper year for the sector reveals some clear winners and losers

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 19 Oct 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Is William Hill playing a winning hand in the US?

The agreed bid could spell big things stateside for the UK bookie

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 15 Oct 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Can ASOS ride the second wave with as much style?

ASOS knows it won’t be alone for long in serving its lucrative customer base

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 14 Oct 2020

Ed Monk

How to decide what shares to invest in

All you need to know about investing in shares

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 14 Oct 2020

Toby Sims

Big Tech valuations leave investors asking the same questions

How to make sense of sky-high tech valuations

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 13 Oct 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

As jobless figures rise, what hope for Hays?

Investors in the recruiter should expect more cold hard facts on the Covid effect

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 08 Oct 2020

Graham Smith

Should you invest in the UK right now?

UK investors have been steering clear of their home market

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 01 Oct 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

If every little helps why is Tesco looking so nervous?

Panic-buying has brought in the shoppers but also increased costs.

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 30 Sep 2020

Ed Monk

Does the 60/40 rule still work?

This week, do the old rules of investment still work?

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 30 Sep 2020

Toby Sims

Greggs: flaky prospects prompt innovation

Results suggest plans to adapt to an uncertain future

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 29 Sep 2020

Toby Sims

Are the latest tech IPOs worth the hype?

A recent rush prompts the biggest year for IPOs since 2014

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 25 Sep 2020

Ed Monk

How can beginner investors decide which shares to buy?

This week, we’re dealing with a question that is pretty fundamental to investing - how should you decide which shares to buy?

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 24 Sep 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Why Boohoo is turning heads for all the wrong reasons

A supply chain malpractice claim isn’t a good look for the fast fashion retailer

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 24 Sep 2020

Tom Stevenson
UK

Are the UK’s woes now in the price?

The Chancellor’s jobs scheme points to a tough winter

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 24 Sep 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery
UK

Three sectors facing the highest Covid risk

It’s not just retail that’s turned into a game of two halves

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 23 Sep 2020

Toby Sims
UK

Five things investors need to watch for now

How to navigate COVID, curfews and Christmas

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 22 Sep 2020

Ed Monk
UK

Renewed lockdown fears test investors again

Warnings from health leaders may lead to tougher restrictions

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 21 Sep 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery
UK

Three reasons why retailers can’t bank on a merry Covid Christmas

Retail sales figures are up overall, but in reality it’s a mixed bag

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 18 Sep 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Stock Watch: AG Barr, DFS, Kingfisher & PZ Cussons

Expect a mixed bag from retail and consumer goods giants in the week ahead

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 16 Sep 2020

Daniel Lane

Ocado: is M&S boost just the beginning?

Online sales surging in lockdown

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 15 Sep 2020

Ed Monk

Has Covid-19 finally brought ‘Peak oil’?

BP says demand may never be higher than it is now

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 14 Sep 2020

Graham Smith

Why “sell in May” didn’t work this year

Investors who “sold in May” would have missed a remarkable recovery

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 11 Sep 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Why Next needs to be ‘a bit more Primark’

Next looks positively gloomy compared to Primark and it shouldn’t be

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 10 Sep 2020

Daniel Lane

Morrisons: can online platforms make up for Covid costs?

Profits down but online channels offer hope

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 10 Sep 2020

Tom Stevenson

Why the tech correction is good for your portfolio

A small slide now could avoid a bigger slump later

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 09 Sep 2020

Toby Sims

British Airways: more turbulence for aviation industry?

AGM should give clues for BA and co

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 08 Sep 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Primark on track to top £2bn and on target to prove the doubters wrong

The apparent ‘mishmash’ of businesses is proving to be a winning combination

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 07 Sep 2020

Ed Monk

What gets in your fantasy share portfolio?

This week - what companies would make it into your fantasy share portfolio?

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 04 Sep 2020

Daniel Lane

Tech party paused for Musk & co.

Sector dragged lower on recovery uncertainty

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 04 Sep 2020

Jonathan Wright

ITV drops out of the FTSE 100

Reshuffle sees discount retailer B&M take its place

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright Fidelity Personal Investing - 03 Sep 2020

Daniel Lane

Stock Watch: Fever-Tree Drinks

Has lockdown taken the fizz out of the posh mixer maker?

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 03 Sep 2020

Toby Sims

Zoom, Pret, Ocado and the ‘new economy’

Remote working, deserted city-centres - investors should be cautious

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 02 Sep 2020

Tom Stevenson

Which businesses will adapt best to the new normal?

Why stock picking matters in this environment more than ever

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 01 Sep 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Can Barratt get ahead before a tricky 2021?

The double whammy due in March next year casts a shadow during a tricky 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 27 Aug 2020

Ed Monk

Tech is dragging the market to new levels - is that a problem?

This week, with the US stock market now having fully recovered its losses since the outbreak of Covid-19, we’re taking a look at what’s driven that recovery - and why new dangers are emerging.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 27 Aug 2020

Tom Stevenson

Why I’m not putting all my eggs in the tech basket

The time to diversify is often when you don’t want to

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 25 Aug 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - US shares hit new highs

In this week’s market update: The S&P hits a new high but it’s a worryingly narrow rally; dividends suffer their worst fall since 2009; and central banks gather for a virtual Jackson Hole summit.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 25 Aug 2020

Ed Monk

Income investors hunker down in the dividend drought

Looking globally for income lessens impact of deep cuts in UK

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 24 Aug 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

The lesson at the core of Apple’s gravity-defying rise

As Apple hits a $2trn valuation the need to stay diversified is apparent

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 20 Aug 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Any hope for jobs sector as Hays itself cuts 1,000 roles?

Will Hays have any good news to share about Britain’s jobs crisis?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 19 Aug 2020

Toby Sims

Capita: a lesson for long-term investors

Reason to be cheerful amid poor half-year results?

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 18 Aug 2020

Daniel Lane

Sector Watch: Commodities

Your need-to-know on the sector

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 17 Aug 2020

Graham Smith
UK

Why a recession isn’t always bad news for investors

History shows opportunities exist for long-term investors

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 14 Aug 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Is it time to take a break from the travel sector?

Spotting an investment winner feels as fraught as picking a ‘safe’ holiday destination

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 14 Aug 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Can the new-build boom continue at Persimmon?

The housebuilder will be hoping the trend continues throughout 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 12 Aug 2020

Tom Stevenson

Admiral of the fleet

Can the Wales-based car insurer remain Covid-proof?

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 07 Aug 2020

Graham Smith

Markets weather the earnings storm

Are stock markets reasonably valued at the moment?

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 07 Aug 2020

Toby Sims

Diageo: dividend stays but profits lose fizz

Lockdowns have seen sales go down the drain for the drinks-giant

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 04 Aug 2020

Daniel Lane

Signs of life for UK dividends?

The firms giving hope to income-seekers

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 03 Aug 2020

Toby Sims

Is Big Tech here to stay?

A big week for the FAANGs has prompted questions over their future

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 31 Jul 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Rightmove will hope house boom is on firm foundations

Why those post-lockdown property purchases may not pave the way to profits

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 29 Jul 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

The potential cost of the failure to find a Covid vaccine

AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline in a race to develop world-changing Covid vaccine

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 29 Jul 2020

Daniel Lane

Greggs: half-baked profits as virus hit revealed

Cracks in the recovery starting to show?

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 28 Jul 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

How to spot a winner in the retail sector

A clear shift is emerging and retailers who spot it have the advantage

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 24 Jul 2020

Jonathan Wright
UK

Home comforts top our grocery shopping lists

How has lockdown changed our weekly food shop?

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright Fidelity Personal Investing - 23 Jul 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Covid vaccine gives AstraZeneca a shot in the arm

All eyes will be on the vaccine trial’s next stage

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 23 Jul 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week Podcast - Stock markets tread water

In this week’s market update: markets tread water as investors watch the economic data and wait for the Presidential election; UK dividends plunge in the second quarter as companies conserve cash; and earnings season gets into full swing.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 22 Jul 2020

Tom Stevenson

Unilever: defensive growth

How will this high-quality company navigate the pandemic?

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 17 Jul 2020

Jonathan Wright

Netflix’s outlook spooks investors

Streaming service warns of new subscriber slowdown

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright Fidelity Personal Investing - 17 Jul 2020

Daniel Lane

Sector Watch: Airlines

Your need-to-know on the nation’s carriers

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 15 Jul 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week Podcast - Investors brace for second quarter earnings

In this week’s market update: Investors brace for the key second quarter earnings season; central bank meetings and economic announcements vie for attention in a busy week ahead; and markets prepare for life under Biden.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 14 Jul 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Is Burberry still worth checking out?

Its reliance on Chinese buyers has meant times are currently particularly tough

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 09 Jul 2020

Jonathan Wright

Whitbread gears up for life after lockdown

Premier Inn-owner upbeat on prospects

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright Fidelity Personal Investing - 07 Jul 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - Chinese share bounce on recovery hopes

In this week’s market update: Chinese shares bounce on recovery hopes; fresh economic data points to strong pent up demand; and Wall Street starts to price in a Biden presidency

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 07 Jul 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Primark shows high street retailers may be down, but they’re not all out

Spotting winners in the beleaguered sector is difficult but some bright spots shine through

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 02 Jul 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Is the bike boom enough to drive Halfords' profits?

The latest surge in bike sales could be short-lived so a change of gear may be needed

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 01 Jul 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - Shares end a remarkable quarter in nervous fashion

In this week’s market update: shares end a remarkable quarter in nervous fashion; while attention shifts as the second half gets under way to Brexit and the US election.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 30 Jun 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Why easyJet investors should brace for a bumpy ride

The budget airline is heading into more turbulence up ahead

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 24 Jun 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week- Shares are heading for their best quarter in 10 years

In this week’s market update: shares are heading for their best quarter in ten years despite recent worries about both the pandemic and trade

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 23 Jun 2020

Daniel Lane

Indebted Intu a final warning for retail?

Challenges ahead for the whole sector

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 23 Jun 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Can Tesco keep the discounters at bay?

Changing times for the supermarket chain as they move into a new era

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 19 Jun 2020

Jonathan Wright

Take AIM: the junior market 25 years on

What is AIM and what does it offer investors?

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright Fidelity Personal Investing - 19 Jun 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery
UK

Lockdown overload: is the UK’s energy industry at breaking point?

Cracks emerging as BP, Shell and National Grid adapt to new world order

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 18 Jun 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week: Volatility returns

In this week’s market update: Volatility returns to stock markets as stimulus battles with poor news-flow; and economies try to get back to work after a heavy economic hit in April.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 16 Jun 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Are lockdown and sunshine too much for National Grid?

A glut of renewable energy is proving problematic for the nation’s supply operator

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 12 Jun 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - Shares rally as investors see the glass as half full

In this podcast Fidelity’s Tom Stevenson reviews the week ahead for global stockmarkets, which have rallied on the back of positive US job news.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 10 Jun 2020

Daniel Lane

Sector Watch: Drinks

To your good health

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 10 Jun 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery
UK

What hope for the nation’s retailers?

As shops re-open can they salvage their already-beleaguered businesses?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 10 Jun 2020

Daniel Lane

US stocks recoup losses for the year

Major indices boosted by Fed stimulus

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 09 Jun 2020

Jonathan Wright

How long can the oil price rebound last?

Opec+ meet this weekend to discuss output cuts

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright Fidelity Personal Investing - 05 Jun 2020

Graham Smith
UK

Is now the time to buy banks and financials?

What could negative interest rates mean for the sector?

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 04 Jun 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

What next for Fullers as Covid calls time on pubs?

The brewer turned pubs group has a tough future ahead

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 04 Jun 2020

Daniel Lane

EasyJet drops out of FTSE 100

Reshuffle sees airline leave top bourse

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 04 Jun 2020

Ed Monk

Growth and value: a tale of two stock markets

This week - when will value investing have its day in the sun again?

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 04 Jun 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Opportunity abounds for those on the hunt for the new normal

The shares feeding the appetites of opportunity-hungry investors

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 02 Jun 2020

Ed Monk

One-year returns turn positive - who’s celebrating?

Markets levels are being held up by a small group of tech giants

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 01 Jun 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Go-Ahead Group sees profits stall

Bus and train operator Go-Ahead warns on profits as crisis continues

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 28 May 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

British Land in unchartered waters

The retail and office space landlord needs to be proactive not reactive

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 22 May 2020

Daniel Lane

Burberry latest to cut dividend

Fashion retailer hit by Asian consumer lockdown

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 22 May 2020

Tom Stevenson

Whitbread taps shareholders for £1bn

Rights issue of new shares to secure survival for Premier Inn chain

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 21 May 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Investors focus on longer-term as pandemic uncertainty continues

Fidelity Investor Survey shows wider economy is biggest concern

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 21 May 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Imperial Brands: Duty-free sales go up in smoke

Shifting trends and now Covid-related travel bans threaten to dampen sales

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 19 May 2020

Tom Stevenson

Market Week - Shares and oil rise as lockdowns start to ease

In this week’s market update: Shares and oil rise as lockdowns start to ease and gold hits a seven year high as inflation fears return

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 19 May 2020

Aruna Karunathilake
UK

Seven ways to assess UK stocks during lockdown

Identifying the winners from the losers

Aruna Karunathilake

Aruna Karunathilake Portfolio Manager, Fidelity UK Select Fund - 12 May 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Stock Watch: Centrica

Britain’s biggest energy supplier becomes the latest to cut its dividend

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 07 May 2020

Graham Smith

Is this the time to embrace smaller companies?

The role smaller companies can play in a diversified portfolio

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 06 May 2020

Daniel Lane
UK

Is Covid-19 changing the car market?

Current weakness opens up potential for change

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 05 May 2020

Jonathan Wright

Britain gets closer to a coal-free future

New record broken for coal-free power generation

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright Fidelity Personal Investing - 30 Apr 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Stock Watch: Trainline

Not even the most avid trainspotters could have seen the crisis heading Trainline’s way

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 30 Apr 2020

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson's Market Week - 28 April 2020

In this week’s market update: Shares continue to rise on stimulus and lockdown exit hopes; a flood of corporate announcements shines a light on the earnings outlook; a number of key central banks hold rate-setting meetings and other news creeps back.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 29 Apr 2020

Tom Stevenson

Next: the art of survival

Getting through to the other side is all that matters

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 29 Apr 2020

Daniel Lane

Why BP profit hit should sober us

Virus-led drops could set the scene

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 28 Apr 2020

Ed Monk
UK

Why is the stock market doing so well?

In our article our Fidelity expert Ed Monk evaluates the current stock market and why it’s doing so well at a time we would expect otherwise.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 27 Apr 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Stock Watch: Sainsbury’s

Has panic shopping left the supermarket chain in the money?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 24 Apr 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Netflix: the lockdown king

The pandemic has provided a global captive audience

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 23 Apr 2020

Daniel Lane

Boohoo powering through the retail rout

Revenues above expectations but margins thinning

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 22 Apr 2020

Daniel Lane

Primark-owner begins to count virus cost

Business diversification key for AB Foods

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 21 Apr 2020

Ed Monk

Beyond Corona: make lockdown savings a lasting benefit

Let some positive changes come from the crisis

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 17 Apr 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Stock Watch: Boohoo and Primark

Is the fast fashion strategy too ‘last season’ for today?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 17 Apr 2020

Tom Stevenson

Investment Outlook 2020 - Quarter 2

Never before has the outlook changed so dramatically or so quickly

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 15 Apr 2020

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson's Market Week - 15 April 2020

In this week’s market update: Earnings season starts to shine a light on how Covid-19 will hit profits; the pre-Easter market rally holds for now; but oil fails to respond to big cuts in global production.

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 15 Apr 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery
UK

The cost of the pandemic starts to emerge

The human and economic cost becomes clearer

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 15 Apr 2020

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